This Microsoft Exchange Server hiring test assesses candidates' skills in deploying and administering a mail server using Microsoft Exchange Server. This hiring test assesses technical and professional skills using this software in a real-world context.
Installing and configuring Microsoft Exchange Server
Managing the mailbox database and users’ mail and groups
Deploying, managing, and troubleshooting transport services
Managing, troubleshooting, archiving, and restoring client mailbox files
System administrators, network administrators, IT professionals, and anyone else who manages or administers a Microsoft Exchange Server.
Microsoft Exchange Server is software that runs on the Windows Server operating system for deploying and operating a mail and calendar server for users.
This Microsoft Exchange Server test is designed to identify candidates with intermediate-level skills understanding and using Microsoft Exchange Server for the most recent version of Microsoft Exchange; however, some questions also deal with older versions and compatibility and feature differences. Using real-world scenarios, this test focuses on essential skills for an administrator using this software for small and medium-sized businesses.
From deployment planning to monitoring, this test covers all topics that assess the day-to-day technical skills of an IT professional who will have to manage Microsoft servers on a daily basis, including the Exchange mail server.
Terrance is a skilled Microsoft Exchange Server professional who’s designed, deployed, and administered exchange servers for several small and medium sized businesses at different stages of growth. When working with Exchange ecosystems, Terrance particularly enjoys utilizing server infrastructure that’s scalable as well as troubleshooting complex user mail transport issues. Terrance enjoys photography and spending time with friends and family in his spare time.
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